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Join The Lyndon Institute Team


Long-Term Substitute Teacher

Lyndon Institute is seeking a long-term Substitute Teacher for Freshman and US History.  Duties will include maintaining a safe and orderly classroom; working with the instructor to deliver the necessary content and academic skill development; and communicating with the Department Head in assessing student work.  This assignment will begin mid-January and is anticipated lasting approximately six weeks.  

Math Teacher

We are currently seeking a full-time Math Teacher to join our team!  This position would begin teaching in January 2019 at the beginning of our second semester.
We are seeking candidates with a broad teaching range who have an array of course experiences.  This position may teach subjects ranging from Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, and Statistics.  Candidates with a foundation in standards-based curriculum and experience with proficiencies are preferred.
Duties include but are not limited to:
  • provide a stimulating learning environment for each child
  • exhibit enthusiasm for the topics s/he teaches
  • collaborate as a team player with teaching colleagues and administrators
  • partner with parents, communicating effectively and frequently with them
  • market the school by a willingness to showcase her/his teaching and to communicate with prospective families
  • be an engaged member of the Lyndon Institute community, showing support and involvement in student activities outside of the classroom
  • model behavior that reflects the Mission, Vision, and Values of Lyndon Institute
  • attend all faculty meetings throughout the year (these may begin before 7:30 a.m. or end after 3:00 p.m.)
  • participate in special education teams, IEP and/or 504 meetings to meet the needs of the students
  • attend all required school events
  • use instructional time effectively, focusing full attention on the students
  • accept responsibility for a safe and clean environment within the classroom
  • create lesson plans that are aligned to appropriate standards and expectations
  • manage classroom behavior, enforce policies and rules set forth in the Student Handbook. Make appropriate referrals to Campus Life for behavioral issues.
  • create a substitute folder (with all required documents) and keep it on file in Campus Life
  • complete mandatory reporter, CPR, first aid and sexual misconduct training, as required
  • inform the Assistant Head for Curriculum & Instruction of the progress of students and concerns about students, make appropriate referrals to other student support resources available on campus
  • keep daily attendance and developmental records

Instructional Assistant

An Instructional Assistant supports students to develop academic, behavioral, communication, and social skills within the educational setting. Duties of this position include supporting a student with multiple disabilities who need a highly structured day with an emphasis on daily living and community-based skills. The position also involves working with individual or small groups of students in regular class settings to support their educational needs. 

Qualified candidates should enjoy adolescents, be well organized, appreciate diversity in the workplace, have the ability to multi-task, have a calm demeanor, be familiar with Google tools, and have the ability to work independently. 

Substitute Teachers

Lyndon Institute is adding to their substitute teacher roster!  We are looking for individuals that enjoy working with adolescents, are well organized, have a calm demeanor, have familiarity with Microsoft Office and Google tools, have the ability to work independently, and have excellent interpersonal skills. 

Special Education Teacher/Case Manager

Lyndon Institute is seeking a talented, creative, and dedicated educator to work with a dynamic group of special educators. If you are a hard worker and enjoy high-school students with varied learning strengths, including emotional disabilities, please consider joining our team. Qualified candidates must have:
  • Vermont Special Education endorsements
  • Experience as a special education case manager
  • Knowledge of current federal and state regulations and procedures governing special education
  • Teaching experience
  • Strong collaboration and team building skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A love for adolescents
  • A commitment to professional growth
Professional duties include:
  • Maintain all educational records
  • Supervision of support staff
  • Collaborate with all team members
  • Support teachers in accommodating students and modifying curriculum
  • Teach and/or Co-teach

Bus Drivers

Lyndon Institute, a comprehensive independent high school in northeastern Vermont, is seeking applications for Bus Drivers. There is a $500 dollar sign-on bonus and the cost to obtain a CDL Class B School Bus Endorsement will be covered if needed. The right candidates will have the responsibility of a designated bus route in the morning and afternoon of school days. With the possibility of additional driving throughout the day and or on weekends for field trips, sports, etc.  Any offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background check, fingerprinting, and physical.

  • Transport children to and from school in the mornings and afternoons
  • Maintain a clean and mechanically-sound bus at all times
  • Obey all traffic laws
  • Perform pre/post trip inspections of the bus or vehicle
  • Ensure the safety of students at all times
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Clean Class B License with air brakes, Passenger & School bus endorsements
  • Familiar with DOT rules and requirements
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Minimum 3 years’ Bus driving experience

Skills & Abilities:
  • Strong organizational & time management skills
  • Positive attitude with a professional appearance
  • Willingness to learn and be coached as needed
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Work well with others as a team member

Adult Ed. Phlebotomy Instructor and Teacher

Lyndon Institute Adult Career and Technical Education is now accepting applications for an Adult Phlebotomy Instructor and Teacher.

The right candidate will share their expertise and knowledge of Phlebotomy with adult students.  This candidate must have experience teaching in a classroom or in a one-on-one setting as well as being a certified Phlebotomy technician. This is a contracted teaching position based on enrollment needs. Candidate must have background check, finger printing, and be fully vetted.

Interested candidates may submit a letter of interest, resume, and 3 letters of reference to:

Lyndon Institute
PO Box 127
Lyndon Center, VT 05850
Candidates interested in any available position at Lyndon Institute should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three current letters of recommendation to:

Kilee Willey
Human Resources Director
PO Box 127
Lyndon Center, VT  05850  
Fax: 802-535-3728  
Lyndon Institute is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to comply with all applicable federal and state laws related to fair employment practices. To the extent required by these laws, Lyndon Institute does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, age, marital/civil union status, national origin, sexual orientation, place of birth, military/uniformed service or veteran status, disability, genetic information, having a positive test result on an HIV related blood test or other legally-protected classification.
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